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  2013. Július 10.
We are happy to inform you that Slovenian Basketball Coaches Association is organizing Basketball Coaches Clinic, during the Eurobasket 2013.

Clinic will include excellent lecturers from Europe and USA.

Nine lectures and nine games, it's a thing you don't want to miss.



Registration possible until 15th of July.

Oktay Mahmuti, Coach of Anadolu Efes
®eljko Obradoviæ, Euroleauge coach of the year in 2007 and 2011, 8 times Euroleauge Champion.
®an Tabak, Coach of Caja Laboral
Pablo Laso, Coach of Real Madrid
Zmago Sagadin, Coach of Helios Dom¾ale


Friday 13th, September
9.00 – 10.15 First lecture
10.15 – 11.30 – Second Lecture
11.45 – 13.00 – Third lecture
13.00 -> Lunch time
15.30 -> Games

Saturday 14th, September
9.00 – 10.15 Fourth lecture
10.15 – 11.30 – Fifth Lecture
11.45 – 13.00 – Sixth lecture
13.00 -> Lunch time
15.30 -> Games

Sunday 15th, September
9.00 – 10.15 Seventh lecture
10.15 – 11.30 – Eighth Lecture
11.45 – 13.00 – Ninth lecture
13.00 -> Lunch time
15.30 -> Games

Schedule can be changed, for latest information check www.basketballclinic-slovenia.com

The Clinics and the lecturers

Oktay Mahmuti (March 6, 1968)
Mahmuti joined Efes Pilsen in 1992-93 season, and he was the assistant coach of Turkish National Team until 2000-01 season. In 2001-02, 2002-03, 2003-04 and 2004-05 seasons, Mahmuti won the title with Efes Pilsen for four times, and he also won four Turkish Cup and once the Presidential Cup with Efes Pilsen. In 2001, Oktay Mahmuti won the second runner-up title in Final Four in Paris with Efes Pilsen, and he worked as the head coach of Efes Pilsen until 2007. After Efes Pilsen, the experienced coach transferred to the Italian Benetton Treviso, and he had been the coach of Galatasaray in 2010-11 and 2011-12 seasons. Mahmuti was the coach of Efes Pilsen in 236 games in Turkish Basketball League between 2001 and 2007 and had 197 victories and he was the coach of Efes Pilsen in 138 games in Euroleague and had 86 victories.

®eljko Obradoviæ (March 9, 1960)
Obradoviæ's greatness as a basketball head coach is fully confirmed by the great collection of titles he has acquired in his seventeen-year career as a coach: a record eight pro sports club European Champions Cups (with four different teams), two Saporta Cups, numerous domestic league championships and cups, the silver medal at the 1996 Olympics Basketball Tournament, the gold medal at the 1997 FIBA European Championship, the gold medal at the 1998 FIBA World Championship, and the bronze medal at the 1999 FIBA European Championship while coaching the FR Yugoslavian national basketball team, where he was the head coach from 1996–00. He was also the head coach of the Serbia and Montenegro national basketball team in 2004–05.

He was the head coach of Panathinaikos Athens from 1999 to 2012, leading the team to become the top club in European club basketball during that time, while simultaneously maintaining the club at the top position in the Greek national championship. In total, Obradoviæ won 11 Greek Championships, 7 Greek Cups and 5 Euroleague titles (2000, 2002, 2007, 2009 and 2011) with the . In 2007, he achieved winning the highly coveted Triple Crown championship for the second time as a head coach (the first was in 1992 with Partizan) and won the Euroleague Coach of the Year award. Also in 2009, he managed for third time this achievement in Berlin as a head coach. In 2011 he won his 8th Euroleague trophy with Panathinaikos. His list of titles is unmatched by any other current European coach.

®an Tabak (June 15, 1970)
®an Tabak is a retired Croatian professional basketball player. His basketball career, spanning twenty years, was marked by several notable achievements, despite injuries. Currently, he is the head coach of Caja Laboral.

Tabak's father-in-law Ratomir Tvrdiæ was a top European basketball player, his wife played first-division basketball for Croatia, and his younger brother played professionally in Croatia.

He was the first international player to play in the NBA Finals for two different teams.

In 2006, he worked for the New York Knicks as an international scout.

In 2011, he debuted as head coach with Sant Josep Girona of the LEB Oro league. In 2012 he moved to Poland where he became the head coach of the 2011-12 Polish league runner-up Trefl Sopot. In November 2012, he became head coach of Caja Laboral.

With the Spanish squad, he achieved a 17-game winning streak for games played in both the Euroleague and the Liga ACB.    

Pablo Laso (October 13, 1967)
Pablo Laso is a head coach of Real Madrid and retired professional basketball player. He played 61 times with the Spain national team. He played 17,378 minutes (4th most) in 654 games (5th most) in the ACB League. He holds the ACB record for most career assists (2896) and steals (1219).

He was also the head coach of the Basque Country autonomous basketball team, during the summers of 2011 and 2012.

Zmago Sagadin (November 1, 1952)
Zmagoslav Sagadin, whose first name in Slovene origins from a word , is a Slovenian basketball coach. He is founder of Slovenia's first national basketball team and co-founder of the Adriatic Basketball League. Sagadin is widely considered as the most successful Slovene and top European basketball coach with 25 championship titles both on a national and international level. He has been recognized 9 times as a Slovenian Top Coach of the Year and received various honor awards.

Sagadin is known for his development of players who compete internationally and in NBA. Success of Union Olimpija Ljubljana (formerly Smelt Olimpija), during his time coaching the team, contributed to establishing basketball as part of Slovenian sport culture and recognition of Union Olimpija as a reputable European club.

Sagadin is author of basketball-related articles, served eight years as a President of Slovenian Basketball Coaches Association, and lectures for KZS, FIBA and ULEB-organized seminars and clinics.

Sagadin signed a contract with top Croatian team KK Zadar in February 2009.

Sagadin coached U-20 national team of Slovenia in 2012

Currently he is coaching Slovenian team – Helios Dom¾ale

Lecturers can be changed. For latest info check www.basketballclinic-slovenia.com.
All lectures will be held in English. Live translation to Slovene will be provided.

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